Whether you want to save on the expense of flights or simply discover more of our fascinating country, honeymooning at home is a great idea! From forts to forests and everything in-between, there’s something to tickle everyone’s fancy.
If you want to relax and be spoilt, why not stay with us for your honeymoon? Bonus: no extra journey time! We’d recommend one of our gorgeous Hiding Places, Nook and Cranny. They are beautifully appointed, secluded and decorated in a fiesta of colour, perfect for celebrating your new marriage. Each also features a king sized bed and luxe bathroom, perfect for unwinding in. And psst! We’ve heard they’ll each feature their very own private hot tubs from September onwards, so you can relax in peace in your very own courtyard. There’s also the Hideaway – a gorgeous little retreat in the garden with its very own gypsy caravan for stargazing and cosy morning cuppas.
If you fancy an extra dose of relaxation, we can organise treatments in your room, with a very tempting list of treatments on offer.
Fort in the sea
Perhaps you’d rather head to sea? Make your way over to No Man’s Fort via private boat! Dating back over 150 years, history buffs will relish immersing themselves in the unique nautical world of the fort. There are 22 rooms and suites to choose from – but, for your honeymoon, it’s got be the lighthouse. Flooded with natural light, this penthouse suite offers luxury at even turn and incredible views across the
Live the high life and book yourself into a luxury tree house at Chewton Glen. You’ll already be on cloud 9 after saying ‘I do’, so why not spend a few more days with your head literally in the clouds? Each treehouse comes with its own private terrace and hot tub – the perfect vantage point to take in the stunning surroundings.
For grand interiors and landscaped surroundings, you could do a lot worse than this gorgeous Gothic Temple. With gothic window vistas, a spiral staircase and regal roof terrace, this is the perfect pad for a drama queen!
Perched atop a granite outcrop in the Bristol Channel, the lighthouse on Lundy Island has been standing since 1820. The quarters remain split into two original flats, Lower and Upper, and both would make for a romantic retreat. With fewer than 30 permanent residents on Lundy, newlyweds will be able to spend plenty of uninterrupted, quality time together. Wildlife fans, pack your binoculars; you can see everything from puffins to seals here.
Where are you planning to honeymoon? Please tell us in the comments below, we would love to know!
Love Janie x